Tadley Calleva to enter reserve side in Thames Valley Premier League

The sign for Barlows Park - home of Tadley Calleva FC. Photo: Google Streetview.
The sign for Barlows Park - home of Tadley Calleva FC. Photo: Google Streetview.

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We are yet to discover the constitution for the Thames Valley Premier League, but one potential new name could come from the Hampshire town of Tadley.

The Tadders have announced on twitter that their reserve side will compete in the league in the 2021/22 season.

The TVPL already boasts Reading City’s U23 side and Woodley United Royals, and while the league is predominantly Berkshire based, clubs such as Richings Park (Buckinghamshire) and Windlesham & Chobham (Surrey) are included in their numbers.

The full constitution will become clear over the coming weeks but with Newbury leaving for the Hellenic League and Berks County elevated into Step 6 and for Combined Counties football there are two spaces to fill in the top division. It remains to be seen whether former Thames Valley Premier League champions Reading YMCA will return to the division after their Division One title win in 2020/21 season.

Earlier this week, Calleva announced former Thatcham Town defender Gareth Thomas would take over as manager of the club for their CCL campaign.

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